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  • Flyboy208's Avatar
    Today, 17:54
    Always a treat to scroll through this thread. Wonderful screenshots everyone. Here's my latest , Rob's newly released Banshee with one of Jan's fantastic repaints. Wrong era carrier I know , but love operating with Javier's Nimitz. Happy 2020 ! Mike :wavey:
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  • Bomber_12th's Avatar
    Today, 17:30
    A2A Piper Cub, flying from ORBX Pearson Field to ORBX Stark's Twin Oaks. (FSX DX10)
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  • Navy Chief's Avatar
    Today, 17:29
    I have no idea how current this is, but...,27.523060049884407&z=3
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  • TheBookie's Avatar
    Today, 17:10
    TheBookie started a thread Truk in CFS2 General Discussion
    Couple of pics,Truk Attack
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  • lazarus's Avatar
    Today, 17:05
    More damned funerals to go to. The hell of it is, this gig does not have to be dangerous. I did 20 years with a large fire aviation outfit that had not a single fatal or hull loss in that period. Securite Civil, in the same period, on the same equipment, was piling up six fatal's a year. Culture. The French boys were 'cowboys', and it showed. Sadly, I could see the handwriting on the wall as the corporate culture changed from 'safety first', to 'safety first, right after profit'. It was cheaper, apparently, to relax standards, and just collect insurance. Pen whip endorsements, cut training for pilots and maintainers, switch to 'cheap' single engine tankers and outsource maintenance and spares. I went out the door. A year latter, they started punching smoking abrasions on mountain...
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  • Moses03's Avatar
    Today, 17:02
    No worries JMC, and thanks for the history lesson! The Lioré et Olivier Léo 451...that is another one I really wish we had updated for FS2004/FSX.
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  • Moses03's Avatar
    Today, 16:55
    Paulic XT3-B Robert.:encouragement: I got a far as the Jeep-O-Plane with the boxed wing pusher design...
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  • peperez's Avatar
    Today, 16:39
    Do anybody wants a Blohm & Voss BV238? Cheers Pepe
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  • pilto von pilto's Avatar
    Today, 16:26
    TO be brutally honest you probably shouldnt start on a repaint. Or if you do be prepared for a LOT of frustration. I dont know how much experience you have with gimp but if you have just downloaded gimp and the paintkit after never using a layer based editor before then... time for some beginner tutorials for gimp. Also if you have got experience with photoshop there is a fork of gimp where they have made it as close to photoshop as it can be that might help with the ... I'll be politic here ... odd way that the coders have made gimp. Gimp in my mind was developed by coders with little to no feedback from designers and some things are just too weird. To the point that on my linux laptop I use krita which is far closer to a "normal" photoshop clone and has support for PSD. Plus it has just...
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  • hangarrat101's Avatar
    Today, 15:07
    Evening all, I'm looking at getting into repainting aircraft, particularly Ant's Tiger Moth, as there are quite a few repaints I'd like to try. I've downloaded both the paint kit and gimp, however in all honesty am at a loss as to where to start exactly. I've had a look at a couple of tutorials, but I'm finding all the layers in the paint kit quite confusing. Any ideas as to where I might be able to go to find out? Many Thanks!
    1 replies | 34 view(s)
  • TiAr's Avatar
    Today, 14:58
    TiAr replied to a thread Let L410 new project in Prepar3D V4
    Repaints are now available - 1.000 thanks to moderators. They do a very, very nice job! :applause: Thomas
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  • gastonj's Avatar
    Today, 14:54
    Hi, Sorry, I'm a little tired of the usual French bashing. Do not think that the French bombing consisted mainly of these obsolete planes. Only about fifty were in service for the night bombing and painted black. The legend of the Amiot 143 comes from the day attack on German ships bridges on the river Meuse near Sedan around May 18, 1940. I think I read that only 4 planes attacked the objective. One was shot down by the Flak. The French day bombardment mainly included Breguet 691 to 695, Lioré et Olivier Léo 451, a few number of Amiot 354 and from May 1940 a quite big number of US Martin 167F (Glenn for the French, Maryland for RAF) and Douglas DB7 equipment. To this is added the equipment of the Naval Aviation Loire-Nieuport 401 and 411 as well as Vought 156F (Vindicator). This Amiot...
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  • mongoose's Avatar
    Today, 14:48
    OK no joy with an answer on that but can someone remind me if the alt is metres or feet?
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  • Daiwilletti's Avatar
    Today, 14:33
    Thanks, Hairyspin! Not being an adept at anything useful like skinning, modelling or C++ programming (I've always wanted to improve the CaGen 1-2.xls), I try to contribute in my limited capacity . . .
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  • Daiwilletti's Avatar
    Today, 14:30
    Ooops, I meant to make it clear that obviously permission should be sought from Led Zeppelin!
    15 replies | 405 view(s)
  • MaskRider's Avatar
    Today, 14:26
    Aaahhh Andrew, that is good. Glad you got it fixed. And now... Cheers, Chris
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  • Jafo's Avatar
    Today, 14:23
    Or you could buzz around in something 'stylish'...;)
    3 replies | 180 view(s)
  • Victory103's Avatar
    Today, 14:20
    Researching the fire attack community as a possible career ,knowing how dangerous it is and this accident brings that point front and center. Condolences to the Coulson team and their families.
    29 replies | 1445 view(s)
  • Rami's Avatar
    Today, 13:50
    Chris and Kurt, It would seem my CTD with Wolfi's library objects may have been the result of corrupted files on my end. I deleted the filelist.dat and .cdp files, and reinstalled the objects. The problem has not recurred. :encouragement:
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  • delta_lima's Avatar
    Today, 13:44
    Perfect!! I can't wait to try those - thanks for a great project. Many kind thanks for adding those. Much appreciated. dl
    47 replies | 4840 view(s)
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